by Diana Cook
The month of May has long set up to be a busy time as outdoor activities begin to usher in the summer season. At the Veterans of Foreign Wars Memorial Post No. 5540, members of the post, auxiliary as well as the band and colorguard boosters are deep into planning and action geared towards the traditional Memorial Day Field Days, services, and parade in Phoenix. Upholding their role in honor and tribute, they’ve already put up fresh American flags along
Community members interested in enjoying their own garden fresh, homegrown vegetables or the beauty of a fresh flowerbed are invited to be a part of this year’s Fulton Community Garden project.
The Nutrition Collaboration is currently soliciting Fulton city residents interested in participating in the community garden project. Participants will receive their own garden plot where they can grow vegetables, herbs, or flowers that will be theirs to enjoy. Ac
Fulton Rotarian, Helen Hoefer, right, introduced Martani de Rooy, consumer advocate for National Grid. Martani is a social worker by background and education. de Rooy described the type of work that she does with National Grid customers. She works out of National Grid’s main office in Syracuse, but covers several counties in Central New York. She is in contact with social service agencies in each of her counties, such as Oswego County Catholic Charities,
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) today issued guidance on preventing conflicts with coyotes and nuisance bear encounters. With the onset of warmer weather, New York’s black bear population will be on the move and coyotes are setting up denning areas for soon-to-arrive pups. Conflicts with people and pets may result as coyotes become territorial around den sites and increase the frequency and intensity of foraging to provide food for their young.
Several members of the Fulton Sunrise Rotary Club and the Fulton Noon Rotary Club gathered at Bull Head Point on Saturday, May 4, Mayberry Day, to pick up litter from the roadsides between the Fulton War Memorial and Phillips Street. The Rotary Clubs have policed this area of Route 3 for more than 10 years.